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MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
General IVotes. The Clerks of the various County Courts have made return to the State Superintend ent of Public Schools, of the amount collect ed from thu .'ales of the Id section jrrante d by the United States, which is $2,OT0.1.!)2: also from swamp land fund. $1.0ss.t00.0:5; also county school fund, .?l,K;!,r-lti.T0; mak ing a total of Sk:!:!;.!2!).r. This large fund is under the control and at the disposal of the respective County Courts, to be loaned out on notes and real estate securities for school purposes. A meeting of the soldiers of the Mexican "War will In' held at Fayette. Howard Coun ty, on Thursday, Sept. S-l The call is issued by Col. Lueien J. Kastin, President of the State Association of Missouri and Mexican Veteran, and says: ' It is hoped and ex pected there will be a general attendance, as business of importance will be attended to. "We want reports from all parts of the State as to the number of surviving soldiers in each county. Matters pertaining to a pen sion will be dicused at the meeting. At tend in person or send in reports.'' The Governor has issued a proclamation offering a reward of :)Q0 for the arrest of .Tames Sprague, the murderer of James Dwyer. The murder was committed in IIol den, Johnson County, September, lsds. Sprague is under sentence of death, and ha escaped from jail a number of time, the hi time from Harrisonville, on the night of the ' 2!id. i "A SQUARE MEAL." W'e are sure our reader?, will thank us for calling their attention to the. very handsome advertisement of the Excelsior Manufactur ing Co.. of St. Louis, as it would be useless for us to try to sav any thing in lavor of their great Charter Oak Cooking Stove. The very word suggests the thought of a well cooked meal followed bv easy digestion, vigorous health, and a de.-iiv to have and to do plenty of real work, to s:iy nothing of the comfort of a happy, contented household. Nov.' is tiik Timk. It is always the right t 'me to do a good act. and every man with a family should regard himself short of his duty "until his home is endowed with a Wil son" .shuttle sewing machine. Let it be un derstood tint this admirable machine cap tured the prize medal and diploma of honor at the Vienna Exposition in 1ST.'!, and has every where demonstrated it superiority over all other machines. Machines will be de livered at any railroad station in this county, free of transportation charges, if ordered through the company's branch house at (ilQ Xorih 4th Street, St. Louis. They send an elegant catalogue and c'nromo circular free on application. This company want a few more good agents. 1.000 $250 Cnii.T. Cckb! Safi: and Suiie. Dr. YVil hoft's Tonic is curative and protective. It will cure Chills and protect from further at tacks. Its reputation is established. Its composition is simple and scientific. It con tains no poison. It acts promptly and its effects are permanent. It is cheap, because it saves doctors' bills. It is harmless, speedy in action and delightful in its effects. Try it and prove nil that's said. "WirEKi.ocK, Fin lay it Co., Proprh tors, New Orleans. Foil SALK HY A 1.1, DlJU'KJIsTS. AGICftTS WABTRD. Address GOOnSl'EED'S KMPIIIE I5H5LE, BOOK and HAP HOUSE. Chtriuio. 111. $25 TO $50 PER DAY SgS! to sell WELL-BORING MACHINERY. A Uor bores from 12 to 4S Inches diameter. Send for pniphlt. PU11P & SKEIN CO.. Belleville. 111. A 31 ON Til Aeents wanted every where. Business honorable and firs! class. Particulars M-nt free. Address .1. WOKTI1 & CO., hi. Lonis.Mo. ftOGDUlCII & TTOUSTOJI, 70 Adam St. 'CHICAGO, ILL U CO""" ui rutr.t .-!iir.s I TrtiCi- fr Ate&u of t luyhoui In the world. Quirk U tni txyi-tri FronuiAclutrmtetd. Scad for Ctvi,r..i. and Morphine Habit absolute!? and speedily cured. Painlessaio publici ty, benu siai'ip ior particular.-. Jir. Carlton, l7 asliiiiRtoa-bt,Cblcaso I GESTS-QO ELEGAVT OIL CHHOMOR. momit A. ed. sue axil. lor .J 1 ; 1 '40 'or S.". l-arcst variety lathe world. NATION' ALC1IKO.MO .. I'hilail'.n. Si.-t) per mimtii Is made by Apent.s selline; our spleadld assortment of NEW Maps and Pictures. Cut alonue free. E. C. UKIDUMAN, 3 Barclay St., New YorK, and 179 "West Fourth S5L, Cincinnati. Ohio. BBS A MONTH and EXPENSES to idL Artlcler. new, staple as Hour, hampics frco. U. UN IMiTUA. N niv u:tlv or UHIOAtJO. KCOXOMY. The destruction of corn and other "rain bv Gov. Hardin has issued a proclamation of- j grasshoppers and other furious animals, will fering a reward of $200 for the arrest of John T. Gordon, indicted for the murder of J. G alias " Briil Itiley, on the 1st of March, 1ST4 in Laclede County. Gordon is live feet eight inches hish, fair complexion, auburn hair, gray eyes, freckled face, of heavy build weighing 1(!0 pounds, and is a printer by trade. He broke jail in AVebter Gounty last December. The Fort Scott, Southeastern and Mem phis Kail way Company have liled articles of association in the oflieo of the Secretary of State. The route of this contem plated mad commences where said road intersects the State line of Kansas and Mi soiiri, i mining from thence southeasterly to a point on the State line between Mis souri and Arkansas, where tin is to meet a line of railwar from the di rection of Memphis, Tennessee. It i intend ed that the line of railway shall extend into or through the counties of Vernon. Bar ton, Dade, Greene, Lawrence. Stone, "Web ster, Douglas, Howell, Taney and Ozark, and zig-zag along through such other coun ties as may prove advantageous. The ex pected length of the road is one hundred and seventy miles, and the amount of capital 1.- j 70!.000. The Bo ml of Directors are Benja min C. McDonald. Chas. F. Drake. Lewis C. Nelson, of Fort Scott; Geo. II. Xtttleton and Chas. H. Prescott, of Kansas City. cause inanv families in the "West to carefully study and practice most rigid economy in the preparation of food; one of the lirst, in fact the most important point is in hating a lirst rate Cook Stove. Get a CIIAKTFB OAK, and half the battle is won. EinvAim Baykk, Esq., Horton, Kintrs Co., N. S., writes that an astonishing cure has been effected on his daughter by the use of )tsiits Anodyne Liniment. The whole spine became diseased, she lost the use of lier limb.-, and her hack was rounded up like a bow, in consequence of taking cold after having been inocculated for the kinc pock. She Is now well. AK'ff K'iniiiuliP. We lift work audmonev for all. men nr women, lienor xirl: whole or snare time. Send stamp for Catalogue. Ac r VKAKC OLUCK- N- Bed ford. Mju Trtf For aFull Course of Telegraphing P at v when taken with Business Course. For Circulars and specimens of Business, Penmanship, Address JONKSCOJtlIKHCIALCOU,KOK,.St.Loills,. Mo WANTED-Vomit: men to learnTelegrnphing. Situations guaranteed. Tuition to he paid nut of salary AFTER situation Is secured. Address ,lin en Cit Telegraph Institute, Hedatia. Mo.. Kansas City, M", M. Louis. .Mo., or Fort M'ott, Kan. Send stamp. AGENTS WANTED for the fastest selling hook ever published. Send for circulars and our extra terms to Agents. NATIONAL PUILISHISU CO., St. Louis, .Mo. The most sue- Prof. D. seeker's i UluluiJi: ressfnl remedy of the present da v. Pend for Paper oa Opium Katins. P. O. Uox 173, LaI'OUTK, INU. JUST PUBLISHED. !! TliB Sinning River. !! Wk jdedge our reputation on the as-t rtiuti that any educated physician, after a careful examination of the recipe, will say that f'nr tuu.s' J'uni'ttire J'ills possess more merit than same j any 0ner mnv offered for sale. iii:sir c'iA.c'iv ions. Ak vour crocer for DOZIEI!, WKVL X CO.'S i.'UAC'KKKS the blue ribbon goods of the "We.-.'. Send for I'rice LM. St. Loui-. Mo. A fe SabbiUkool Seng-Book. liy II. S. Pr.ici: :V5 Ci:nts. & W. O. pi-:iiiviNs. S-TO IKK HrlKBD. "Pest in Thee." "What .Te-ui M-iv Siv." " Wnnder iiiCI laid." " What are Ihe V" " W itehinan Awke'." are sjiei iiiieie. of the titles of the beautiful lieu- livmiis, tu pwei't new melndte-. Liintloll Hotol, St. Louis. The Largest, Finest, and mnt complete Hotel in the West. "Washington Ave. and (!th I St. Felt, Griswold, Clement it Co., l'rop'rs. J Cappkts. Oil Cloths and Curtain Goods, j B. V. I'O WELL, "Wholesale andlJetail Deal-, er, Xos. 411) and -IV2 North Fifth .Street, St. ' Louis, Mo. Semi for Price Lists. Dyspepsia and Piles are pre ailing and di.t- . tre li-i a-i Dr. Tn!t" Lier Pii's v. ill eertain- iv en re tiiiiu. '!' bad il am diu,'i:it. I ! ! Tiie Hii School Choir. ! ! P.y L. ). Kkci:.o.v and W. S. Tii.iien. Price f l.io 9.ft per Doen. The Ilinil Si IIOOL CIKlIP.is similar in p-neral !e fluti to the ery p'.jniUr " Iloci: k m mum.," uhifh h:w been almost utiherally ti'ed in Huh setmoN. The prr-ent work is iu 1.0 ay 'inferior to its predecessor, and is etnirelv fre-h mid new. The best investim-nt- .Siirer Tipped ei. Five cents laid e-' f .i. r Tns :i! ! "pe doller t!.e ui-rt,. -f i piir tif h"i-'. A No M-r Wire Quilted Si.'es. It'iiu il to be aa-e ei ryl -! w:u,t t!:.'iil Ciiblp Sitpyt Wire !'. t- itid v.. Thev an- 1 i i ah!. . 4'-v is 'I 't; ' . Alsotiy VtiT'- i:i'.'''l o'.. A DAY. "" T- Fiirr.. rn:. h.m: Callaway County. JefTers in D.ivis has signilied his acceptance of an invit ition from the Callaway County Fair Asocial i jn to deliver an address at the eoTiing fair. Sept. S. ,Tacksoii Cimiity. The corner-stone of the- new Catholic Ca thedral at Kansas City was laid with impres sive cernionic on Sunday, the G. F. Kurtz, a G -rman, from Vandalia. 111., committed suicide in Kansas City, on the '2th. by taking ado-e of strychnine, lie lelt a note stating that he hail been driven from his home in Illinois by his wife. Lincoln County. Thomas 1L AValker, a peaceable and indus trious citizen of Troy, was found on the 27th with his skul! crushed in and his face partly eaten by hogs. Frank Ilartman and Monroe Thomson were arrested, charged with his murder, tiie evidence before the Coroner" jury being strongly against them. As the Coroner was c -rtifying the fact to the nearest Justice of the Peace, the Constable turned , both pri.-oner.s loo-e. As soon as this fact was known, great indignation was expressed, j and a iarge posse of citizens immediately J started in pursuit of the alleged murderer.-, j and it was thought they would be recaptured. Morgan County. ; John M. Salmon has been appointed by the j Govcrnoi as County Judga of 31 organ Coun-' tv, vice John IJollinger, deceased. Marion County. 'AGENTS WANTED '" Hon. John. 7. A. Ouealv died at Hannibal i night scenes in tiii:i:iiii,k, on the 27th nit. He was a prominent and, esteemed citizen, having served Marion Countv in the Legislature, and being the I head of the (uca!y Car and Iron Work- ! Company. He was.".! years of age. Osage Comity. TIIE SONG MOXAKC1L Price 75 Cents $7.50 per dozen. Ily II. i:. P.W.UEK. assisted by L. O. Kjikuson'. Do not think of teaehins a Mncing-Sebool vlthou tisit; this attractive, popuiar and useful book. Specimen copies sent, postpaid, for retail price. OLIVER DITSUN & CO., CHAS. II. IHTSON 4 CO, l!ostou. 711 Kruaiiway, IV. Y. I IS'JL 4 IC ft. S -li in mi ir- r tM,wiKxwi CT" ' (i b5S5 13 n 1 . M 1 1 1 n -1 :.- c Newiv Oir- Veti.ie, $20 ! rVEUV FAHIliY 1VuC Bt. Money lul. I Pj Sol.l by Agents Address M. N. Lovell.Krie. fa. ' fift Per Week Salrr. Male or Female. Circn (DtiO lar free. Address Crystal Co., Indianapolis, lad. I Cf Pi S!OCi!'t,r1-' sn 1 frCbrotnoCtsJwja. ! i U c kJZOj. H. Ii('Fmitt'SHMa. Butn,ilas. ' TrC FINK VISITING 'AMOS by mail for 25c. AC' i t dress Frxxk G.Tiiomso.s, 7s J Ackson-sL.Chicaiva i KA r,:K '-VY- rV Hotel. New I til I iii-id. Fourth and 'bristv .' JLtlJJ u Louis. ANCEK. Cure warrant"-"! without 11-e of l.nil'e. . l?ennett,.M.I)., 7 Loeu.-t St.. it. Louis. SWEtT POTATOES. ?K,1,",,V.,1v,! Infonuatio:i i f n :it value in thi-jiamiihli t. )t n n'. .".0 ets. P. I MUJ:1)I1. Lawreim. Iv.iu-.-i . I NCTTf A TI DO IiT.V U WMKEITjY ST A 1 5 , An Independent bamily Newspaper. ? i'ap-ii, 4S O lumns of Kenning. Tj-J VKli YK V li. specimen Copy r Kl.li. pi Fret or postage. Address TUn "ST All" CO.TCinclnn.tt,Ohio. au l a uianiiii i in M.W ItU'lK j'.-T from Pre Aildre-. J. 1 . M l lflll .v ( I).. M. I.oui-. M. 0 0.5232 V OOlA b fa n liIl Man cCta oS.E.'o c3 5 5"S2 DWo? arri 3 1 1 f-i f Ji . . 1 1 O 1 T O 1 " TEAS. The choicest In the wcrb1 Tmp Ti ers' tr:ce Laree-t t omiiat-', ie Am''! tea staple ai tide jdnases every Ik -It Trui eon'.iinnilly increasing Atrents wanted veriuhe.-i -be"t ii;iii'-'-m-nt-i don't waste tim" send tor rin : i r to Kojsekt Vi:i.i.k. 4.i Ve.-'v-st., N. V. J'. I. I5o ""U. t 1 : i v i.lu'-'r.i'''! wnb eiif;rav.iu 1 Ms is a v.i it I! .R IT Aden's at tie PT i'i"1 part ul.irs aeplv t ' pub'l- l'i.r.r .v i., 5P.1 -k! ;,,-j i-o. n: i.w, etc. ii'-e-'- .1 t.'.ie. i-r . 1. W- 1 . N Vnrk. 1 ':.sbinf(in Stnne. ;i fnrmee resiflin" !iVmt t Willi JIOL'N'TA IN" 31KAMOW 31 VSSACKE. -A , e lrutur.i aieounr of thus terrible traeiU N 1 on- 10 miles from lYcderiekburg, has been re- I t mi'd in Mr. moii'.ohs-v ' kockv iio't NT.MV 1 i..i f.. 1 1...... , . I'" -omp'c:.; ni-ior- 01 u." .v.or- 1 c stands charged with murder. In ISfiT Sione and .l..me Sumner were neighbors in 1'adueah. Ivy., and in a quarrel between them ytone killed his adversary. He lied Irom the State and settled in Osaire County, in this State, where ho has since lived. Stone, own ed properly near Padueah, from which he received rent, and this nroved the kt v that opened the wav to his whereahouts. He is j 4.") a ears of ag-, and has a wife and two bovs, i pM - M nearly grown. Pettis Cotmty. Xeapolis- Lodge, No. 153. T. O. O. F.. of Se d.tlia,on the2;d celebrated the tenth anniver sary of their organization bv a grand proces- U?! I) I I ETC A splendid New illustrated Hook SV IbU LI l of the author's own 30 years' l.N riiL life and tAnVOiadTentures anions PAR Vv T Indians, in border wars, hunting wild animals, etc. The !! anl o?iv new and compleU book on tho wild Fab Wt. Vt auirUuHO f t'll AttKNTS WliTKD. V. A liUTOUlMiou ,V Co.. bT. Louia, Mo. mm 753 AGENTS for Til ta J btsl-sellinff Prizf I'.ic r sa a ;n :iceln the world. It eo- liiiJ tains I. Sheets I'.ok ." Ffveiopes, Golden Pen, Peii-lI-ilder.Penell.Patc . tr 1-Me.iMire and a i'leee of .J.-ueiry. simple Pa' ip-, v iti; e.eeant Prize. po'- ;-ad. 'i5 cents, ("ircui : I 'i'IlF. & CO.. 7V.U ! w r . New York". 5 iSNS'i t&SKt&S?. J THE P ROIIIIT ADMTAPtES of OT0ARD" HE NEW LO W BESEBIfOIR O I ft I 1 ! Great Durability with. Handsome Designs, find Giving PERFECT SATISFACTION Everywhere. MADE ONLY BY eiis mm. 612, 614, 616 & 618 IT. MAIN STEEET, ST. LOUIS, MO. Mow is the time to Subscribe! Seven Itfno iliitgravings presented to every New Yearly StAscribciV o Tiie Hew York Fireside Companion PROSPECTUS POU 1876. .B-i ' TnF. Nr.W YORK Firhpidf. companion' is now-recognized as tho best maintained, most popular, most varied and entertaining weekly published in tho United States. Ko effort is spared to obtain whatever will add to tho interest and value of its con tents. The best writers m every department aresecttred, witbonf. regard to expense. 1 Ms tho aim of thu publisher to make this an Interesting and Popular Paper for both young and old; to eimibinu entertainment and amusement with desirable information on matters relating to tho home, courtship, marriage, society, and dress; to gratify tliu innate cuiiosity and interest of all in the pure and natural lonianco of life ; to cuitivato a taste for reading and intellectual pleasures; and to inculcate, good sentiments and principles in tho mind of tho young. S'othliig oi it com P. Hamilton fllyers IjCsIio Tiiori:i Frank Corey Agile Pfiino Petroleum V. Nasby Our Family Physieian.- Clara Percy Von IJojIe Jolm lilderkiti Annie U. Jcrorjc ':mnett S. Mmersoii Jennie W. Foster Allan Dennc ,l:tek KntEin A!(!i-ott F. Bromie. ;ni iiuiiiiirai ii;iuiu:ii:y is v er iuuiiiin u iiuu ita tuniiiiua. lb eouiuuia Tho most FtiM'iiintniJi Iinvo Stories, 13;tsliitig tories f Advi-iii-;ro on r.and and Sea, Stirring iiidinis and Horder Tales, Stories of Home I,if in City and Conntrv. Liveliest Short Stories and Sentimental Sketches, Original Humor. Jokes. Comic sketches. Poetry, Personals and Floating Paragraphs; Latest Ka-kion (lo-isip for t lit Ladies; Answers to Conespoiuleiits; Kitchen Lore; Tho best Heading for X.ittIo Foiks ; Ueautiful Illustrations, etc., etc. Not less than SIX COftlTIFJUED STOR8SS published con staiitly, and aXKWstory commenced about every second week; so that new reader.-) will he able to get tho beginning of a story of the newsdealers or of ns, no matter at what time they may subscribe. Jhick numbets can alua be had containing the commencement ui every story. PAltTIAI. LIST OF C ONTP.IP.rTOP.S FOIt 1S7C. Dr. John It. Williams Jjiicy Rauthill Comfort Tony Pntor illr. Sumner Ilayileu illiver Optic Shirley Hroivtit' Prof. Jnmes IJe Jlille Iltizel Wood .'lar.v .1. ines Sr.miicl W. Pearce CJeorsf I. Aiken Albert W. Aiken Kve, Fashion iiditros -Cndi-r this title we shall publish datititrthe cominc year a set ies of article by eminent physician, devi.twl to tho tteatmentatid curt; oi prevalent; nea.-es. suen as kiii incac. . n.iimptiiui, luptiiena, i;:ieumatismt Cancer. Hip Disease, liono I)iease, Kye and Kar Disease. Threat Disease, lhysio!ogy of isea.Msof Women. Management of Young Children, Hygiene, etc, Theso articles will contain the best modes of tieatment of disease adiij.ted by tho highest medical authoiities or the day, and will bu a valuablo guide to the rcadeis of our paiier. (Jorrespatiilcnts' Column. No effort or pains aro spared to make tliis depart ment most attractive and useliil to our readers. 1 1 i edited iiv a gentleman of wide experience and sound judgment, and a vast amount of infoi mat ion is given : answei to questions relating to lovoaiul etiquette, legal and medical question, inioraiaficn for the kitchen and household, in fact, answuis to all questions taut, tutu up in life, can baiound in Ibis column. tending for J.ittle Folks. Thi is. and will cnntiimo to be, ooof the promi nent features of the paper. The eontributn.tis to this department ai'i by thovety foiemo: writers tor children in the country. Thi alone mak- TilK XEtt' YCKK FIKKSID1-; COM PAXION invaluable to every household lu te there ase children. TAt of Engravings Presented to New Yearlv r-!iljse.r;bers: A LESSON I X LOVi:, ahte, ;:o cts. I TIIE I.ITTLH A :' ; M-;i:s. Value, Z', cts. THE PET FAWN'. - " SO " FA It A VA Y FKOM IturdiT, - C5 " EUIN rAKEW'KLI.. - " So " P.Kii INN IN'tl TO ISKU, " 'Si " A MODEL YACHT, (colt 1) Value. cents. Theso beautiful pictures ate stntablo lor fuming, and allotd a valuable addition to tho furniture of every home. MTOKG'S GIRLS & BOYS OF AMERICA. Largest and Most Popular Weekly Paper for Young Folks. It is tho only paper which contain the kind of stories which mothers want to Tead aloud to their little ones, and ivluch every father mav unhesitatingly place in the hands of Jiis children. 1 1 contain a larger amount and v.snoty of good readme: for git la and bovs than can bo had in any other weekly or monthly periodica!. TERSSS FOR 1876. MrXRO'S GTRLKAXD HOYS OF AMERICA and TIIE VIT YORK FIRE SIDE COMPAXIOX: One copy of Munrn's Oirlx and Rmis f Americu u:ll be sent lor ono year to am" subscriber m tho United Stat s on receipt of S2.S0 ; two copies for Si; nino copies for $10. 77ie A'e Yvrk Firexide Cotnjianian will be sent for ono year on receipt of 3 : two copies for So : or, nino copies for SCO; (.tetters up of Chilis can afterwards add siuslo copies at $2.50 each. Wo will bo responsible for remittances hent in Kegistered Letters, or by Post Office Motiev Orders. Both paper sent to ono address for one year, for $-1-50. Fostage. Kitntu Specimen copies, sent free. Specimen copies with any oue of tho above Pictmes sent to any address on leeeiptof Ten Cents. AWKriTP "WAIWED to canvass for tho ahovo two papers in every town and villago where there aro no newsdealers. Good wag;s can bo mado by success.! ul canvassers. I'.oys and Girls aro invited to become canvassers. Every boy and girl can get subscribers in their owiwvillage. Y.'rito for particulars. Address, EQKGE JIIEVESO, PaMishcr, k. O. IJos 5Uu7 ;Sl Ceekinan Street, Xcw York. ( tn.lS. SIlOISKi: & CO.. Proprietors of CHICA (JO J LPrilOtJUAPmVti COW PAW. hake i!c HitilcU tit:. ;lii-ago. All kinds of Com uiercia! Ulanks Chccl i'rr.fts, Notes, Letter and llii! iii' ids. Bond. Ci'iMniPs "f Stock., etc.. litho graphed toonlet at kejsoii.vilc Kates and in the Latest and Ilcst Styles. Maps ami Phi's. Show-Cards and t irculiirR lor Agricultural M-tc'iins Work a bpecial 'y. Our superior faeilitiei enable iik to execute laro contracts at short notice ai.dwe guarantee satistaction. mm P mM y$3v m Six months on trial for the vBBs. li iP ST. I.OITIS ZNIOI.ANI V7 IWlOlKKor .-.OCts for &s3t iay E,wn 1K. v,..ir. , V(lI. rlip ebe:ipct anil neatest Agricultural Monthly West, (iood agents waiittd everywhen. to I.ilipral Commissions will be paid. Ad- ' drev O. V. MuTiinws ,t o., Publishers, No. '1X1 North tith Street, M. Louis, Jlo. nine, in the I whom fiBDRESO FOR FniCE-IJ3T An D sion and jiicnie at tho Fair Grounds. About I -Anc1 otcr NewKngland people now residing In other r. nnri i ... .1 i t i States. Wct or South, will find the Uo-tox V kbki y .r),000 people were on the ground. LoiUfs ; uuihe the best paper to take, as it gives the N. K. wore pre.ser.t from all over Central Missouri. The affatr terminated with a grand ball in the I gi.oi;ePvh. Co., liJstou. Ma. news in inn ami is also a gooU laial v and storv miner. Sent :; mo'., postaie free, for onh" CO cents, bv the lam Montgomery, an old and respected i cids. and p .-tins iu the stoinaeh ami ISowels. The , was ihrown from his horse wliile til- 1 1.iVr.I.,2.'ai , AV"' '' ".'.rt ' s.",t" l,r:Sn,nHO,l's i Ar rt t t-jit iieiiiii; jim-iM ;iic s-it-ii ;is in oercmie ' g the Marshall lace, on the 2od, and tin -desire fur stimulant, and as athio.l Partner it i I iiiieii:ilet. xr. Siinison . iziarkbrrrv Iirandv evening. Saline County. Willi citizen tendin instantly killed. He resided four milts from town. St. XiOnis. Mrs. Charles Kruse,. wife of a cigar maker, committed suici e by hanging, on the 2Gth. She was a consumptive, and had been infor - ', cd b her physician a few days previoush j that there was no hot-e for her recovery. - The mo.t cutting' remarks are made by the bluntest man. Dr. Stunson's Ginger Cordial Is adelieiously llavoretl beverage: a succi--si'iil remedy for (ieneral uciiiiliv. HKlicestlou. Loss ot Appetite. Cough- eurts l iioiera. summer Ctumtlaint. I)iarrhea. Ac. jKaieisseiuttorprict U-t. tr. . I. Samson. 'i. Loui-. I F. tSiF. Hice Hi Co.. Grocers. I Boston, xa,y: "Your Sea Foam -w-tlert Sat!:Hrlion. It l.-tt-xo-l'mt. Cornells &IIuiiiforcl. Gro cers. ProrUlcncK, R.l.,mij: "Vour s-alN-tmji vnlt'ilul Our Falua unj j Imnit-nw. Kvtrn Lwly pial-f.t it j "tt maVcs ll'c-ai! IJIrncr, Ltchter, ' Wliitrr, I'ur'T, S .-tnr .unl .More WUolc- i sotnt! ii...n any o-in-i wav. ' T! r 1-nt-st t'.liur t roll yon eror paw. t.ciij ni otiff for Circularto fiEO. F. GAXTZ &CO., 170 Duane St., Xctv York. i s4"ip2V' m, ijyejasiH AND CTTIGOTtATES AKD HAEDMS THE GTfflS ! It imparts a delightfully refreshing tasto and feeling to the mouth, remov ing all TARTAR and SCDRF from the teeth, completely arrccting tho pro gress of decay, and whitening such parts as have become black by decay. IMPURE BREATH caused by Bad Teelh, Tobacco, Spirits, or Catarrh, is neutralized by tho daily use of P.eqnircs 0BCRlP, hit t: two ntt horse- power ; and bales either nay or t cotton without trami-C ?r!T nr otmininf- L Thirty bales of hay per hour. Twenty bales of cotton per hour. P.K.DE0ERICK EiCO B any. ri . f. HALE9 HAT I . o sSparETlMLfiALHIS P3ES3 and This new Truss is worn With perffct comforr. nlht autl day. Adapts itcl f to every motion ol the body, retaining Itnp ture under the hardest exercise or suTcrcsl. strain until permanently cured. Sold cheap by thu No. G83 Broailivay. X. "V. City, Fentbymail. Call oreIM'olcircuIar and becurcd It ifl as harmless as water. 5old bv Drasrgists and Dealers in Faaey Gcoda W vaiii Izst 31 mentis Selected Prcncli Burr Mill Stones in an i-i.tv. ami superior workmaii'liin. Jor::ilIi jt'indiiipMill.w. upper or uuder limners, for Farm or Xlrrs'tianl irork. CiCEiiiine Dnteli Ah- IJeri:oIijic lo(h. Kill I'ifliv, Corn Miellerii and ' ('leane'fi.Iearius, Phaftim:. ruiiie. Haner.-t. etc.; till kind- of Jlill Machinery ami Jlillers' tupplie. .Semi for I'amphlet. ,Str:iill 7IiH '(imnaii.r. I i:tO, Ciiieimiiiti, Oliio. Maniifceture nil lciicl nC Talili-"iif en. Kse!n;c m v3o$msn?cri':l he mo";t Durable A filTtu fi ff R laa BJ li ftT Vi7 J A N M' K kniwE. Orizina! UVA!a4UJi UEi; HAXIILK. Alwaveaii PS5ai.'i8.SBl'W4.V',S'-,l for "Trade .Mark" MKHI lt?S" crTLKi: V CO.. oi the Blade. Warranted and sold by nil dealers in ( ut'ery and by the .UKHIDKN CUT UEKi CO., -IU numbers Street, Xewi"oi. The KIne of the UoIy is the brain; the utomacJi if lniiln support; the nerves its messeiiKers: the bow els, the Kidnes and the pores Its f.-ifepuards. Imll postion creates a violent revolt amonx these attaches ot the repal orpan, and. to brins them back to their dntv there is nothing like the reRulatini,-, purifying. lnvlKor.itiiiK, cooliiif: operation of larrant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient. It renovates the svstem and restores to health boti the body and the mind. Sold by all Druggists. Pleasant anil Profitable Employment. "Ueautiful!" "Charming!" "Oh. bow lovely r "What arc they worth ?" etc. fcuch are exclamations by those whosce the large, elesrant JCew Chromos produced by the Kiiropean Ss Am.Chromo l'ub'x Co. They are all per feetKemsofart. Xonecan rcsistthctcmptation tbi when seelnj; the Chroino. It require? no calklnp: to sell the ljctures: they speak for themselves. Canvapper?, At and ladies and jx'mts out ofemplovmcar, will rind mis tr.e nest oneaniK ertjucreu to maKc money, run particulars and confidential circular sentforstamp.Ad dretsy.GLKASOX&Co, ToS Washineton-st,I:oston,.Ma.s. A.N.K-S. L. N'QL .121 ADVERTISERS Who desrii to reach country reailers can do so la the best anil cheapest maimer bv usiuKoneor mor seetlom of The Gkeat XEwini-Eit auxillvkv List?. Apply to K. K. PRATT, U Jacrisou Street.. Chicago. i